June 9, 2022
Professor James Prieger and Professor Donald Kenkel discussed some of the findings from their research titled “E-Cigarettes and Smoking: Correlation, Causation and Selection Bias.”
May 12, 2022
This webinar explores what the current evidence tells us about the relative harms of the full spectrum of nicotine products, from combustible cigarettes to nicotine replacement therapies. Drawing on other examples of harm reduction, panelists discuss the importance of taking a pragmatic approach to public health issues to obtain better outcomes.
April 7, 2022
This webinar presents economic research that explores how the new graphic labeling requirement, cigarette prices, and e-cigarette prices shifts smokers’ choices for cigarettes, e-cigarettes and cessation.